WRC » Loeb just one stage from Monte Carlo glory

Sebastien Loeb has concluded the fourth day of Rallye Monte Carlo with a 2 minute 41.6 second lead over Dani Sordo; Petter Solberg lies third, 19.1 seconds back, with Mikko Hirvonen fourth and Evgeny Novikov fifth.

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john kilbride - Unregistered

January 21, 2012 9:25 PM

have you been asleep last few months
as I said before we need more equality regarding the cars in this sport in order to bring more manufacturers in.
Also Matt Wilson and Henning Solberg should be shot with balls of their own ****e, really think its time they moved on and the sponsors give someone else a chance.

Jasemat - Unregistered

January 21, 2012 11:29 PM

Just about sums up the talent now available in the WRC nowdays that a 49yr old Delecour can compete at the top level sport after nearly 10 years away and still place 6th in a car he did hardly any testing in.
Yes i know he always went well on the Monte but for f**ks sake even some bloke Kevin Abbring in an S2000 car who i'd never heard of b4 the Monte is splitting the hilariously named Go Fast team drivers
Can't blame Loeb for making it boring because as the saying goes " Don't hate the player Hate the game".
Don't get me wrong some of the youngsters may come good in a few years but untill then it's same sh*t different day.
Sorry rant over

Aye - Unregistered

January 21, 2012 11:31 PM

It's not Sebastien Loeb's fault that he can read the road better than anyone else. I'm sure he's not going to stop winning just because people think it's boring.

I agree John. Matt and Henning need to ****** off somewhere else. They are useless. They couldn't hit water if they fell out of a boat. Eejits.

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